Time to explore at Hull City Hall

There’s adventures aplenty at Hull City Hall with deep dives into the minds of some of the UK’s top comedians, musical expeditions in the UK and Ireland and an evening with a legendary explorer. 

Richard Herring swaps Leicester Square for Queen Victoria Square when he brings his podcast to Hull on 28 March. Richard’s podcast, Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (RHLSTP), sees him interview top comedians in front of a live audience. Previous guests include Stephen Fry, Dawn French, Kathy Burke and James Acaster and has previously won three Chortle Internet Comedy Awards and a Sony Best Comedy Award.

From exploring the minds of comedians to exploring the most dangerous places on Earth, Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE will be taking to the stage of Hull City Hall on 16 April to share stories from his legendary exploits and adventures. His Mad, Bad and Dangerous tour will take audience members on an extreme journey with stunning, never-before-seen images and home videos.

The expedition heads over to Ireland when Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of The Dubliners returns the luck of the Irish to Hull on 15 May. In partnership with Tourism Ireland and in association with legendary Irish pub O’Donoghue’s, this feel-good show tells the story of a career spanning 50 years with a hugely talented cast of musicians and singers.

The music continues when the hugely popular Killer Queen returns to Hull on 21 June. Thrilling sell-out audiences across the globe, this ultimate tribute to Queen brings expert musicianship and extraordinary to recreate the phenomenon that was Queen live. Featuring Patrick Myers as Freddie Mercury, this dynamic and powerful show is not to be missed.

Tickets are on sale now. Book at the Hull City Hall Box Office, call 01482 300 306 or visit www.hulltheatres.co.uk